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While such activities were acceptable in Cherokee society early on, it was a common complaint among the Euro-American missionaries that were trying to establish schools in the area.
Cherokee historian James Adair also understood Cherokee women to be allowed the honor of promiscuity, noting that there were no punishments for adulterous women.
Sorry, in a rush, perhaps I'll stealthily edit later.
Edit: I really recommend This, of course, applied to men as well as women and started from a relatively young age (early teens).
Men could have multiple wives (usually two and usually sisters or cousins, ie two women from the same clan).
However, although they arranged the marriages, the girl had final word, and her consent was required."Southeastern Indians' favorite places for sexual episodes were corn cribs, corn fields, and bean patches." (Page 198).Register now for free This site may contain sexually explicit photos of someone you know.These women are ONLY looking for casual sexual encounters.According to Charles Hudson's 1976 book The Southeastern Indians, drawing from James Mooney's ethnographic work, in general in the region a young man would send his mother's sister to speak to a young woman's mother's sister.The girl's mother's sister would speak to the girl's matrilineage about the idea, often without telling the girl.